Thursday , June 13 2024

New battery digital temperature gauges on offer

South African equipments sales company Instrotech has on offer Kobold’s DTE series of digital temperature gauges.

According to the company,  the  DTE series offers a wide range of industrial and analytical possibilities for applications where high accuracy and clear indication is required, and where alarm control and displayed messaging is either useful or a requirement as in controlled environments such as hospitals and scientific laboratories.

In addition, the DTE also incorporates data logging, is accessible via NFC interface with mobile devices, and is USB PC configurable.

The company said one of the key aspects of the DTE series for engineers, is the mechanical case mounting options that follows the traditional Bimetal, Nitrogen Actuated, and Mercury (now prohibited) mechanical gauges.

“The Universal Pt100 Class A and Class 1 thermocouple sensors offer not only accuracy and flexibility regarding sensor options, but in the event of the sensor being damaged in service, instead of replacing the entire instrument, only the sensor need be replaced.

“The instrument may also be reused for other applications where a different type of sensor specification is required,” said Instrotech in a statement.

Overview of DTE’s main features:

  • 5000-point logger with USB interface
  • NFC interface for reading log, sync clock/start new log
  • Android app for transmission of data via e-mail
  • 7×32 character messages from user set message library
  • Dual alarm relays MAX/MIN information
  • Battery powered, configured for °C or °F

The company further said the advanced features and versatility of the DTE offers new solutions for many applications, typically; process and plant engineering, scientific, hospitals and care facilities, storage, building management systems, research and development, water industries, food and beverage, chemical industry, HVAC, steam or heat and cooling, process, and biomass.

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